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In-reply-to » Meh, after a server upgrade and reboot a bunch of my Python scripts don't work anymore. I know of at least two.

@prologic@twtxt.net Yeah, but it only works for truly statically linked executables. Two weeks ago I had the problem that I build a simple service with the regular go build -o myservice and copied it to my server. It didn’t start though, the libc versions didn’t line up. So then I had to search around and use go build -o myservice -tags netgo -ldflags '-extldflags "-static"'. (Generally even more flags are required.) And the best part is that the exact command line differs with each Go version. I hope they finally provide a simple -static flag.

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In-reply-to » The last two times I tapped milk I thought: that's never a whole liter, so much air left in the bottle. Just now the bottle overflowed. Couldn't see in the pitch dark.

@mckinley@twtxt.net @prologic@twtxt.net I went to the dairy farm where they have a 24/7 milk vending machine. You insert a coin and press a button to fill up your empty bottle you brought along.

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I thought if “to tap beer” is a term, I could use it for milk as well. Let me know what you native speakers around the world call it. Or maybe it was just not enough context.

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The last two times I tapped milk I thought: that’s never a whole liter, so much air left in the bottle. Just now the bottle overflowed. Couldn’t see in the pitch dark.

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In-reply-to » I keep around a web browser that has no ad blockers installed for the rare cases that I need it. Today, I accidentally used it to do a web search and visit a link, and holy dear God what has the web become???

@abucci@anthony.buc.ci @akoizumi@social.kyoko-project.wer.ee It’s just impossible to use most of the web without an ad blocker. It’s super irritating if I’m at a mate who is not using one. I immediately get eye cancer.

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In-reply-to » I see, @mckinley and @carsten, ta. My YouTube frontend is https://github.com/yt-dlp/yt-dlp in combination with https://newsboat.org/ and ybeuter, a TUI I wrote a long time ago to control downloading and opening queued videos.

@mckinley@twtxt.net Currently, I don’t have the code online anywhere. It’s suuuuper ugly and full of bugs. I might write a proper article on my video setup and workflow on the weekend.

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In-reply-to » Made eight liters apple sauce this afternoon. Camera lense got fogged up, sorry.

Btw, I had a mammoth photo moment like you, @movq@www.uninformativ.de. ;-) I was happily turning the food mill for a minute after a refill and wondered why basically nothing was dripping out into the pot. It also seemed like the mash wanted to stick to the sidewall only and didn’t hit the the 1 mm holed sieve at the bottom. You all already guessed it, I was turning in the wrong direction and scraping off everything from the sieve. Immediately after realizing the very next thought was: yep, mammoth. :-D

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In-reply-to » What I find amazing about micro service l architectures in the way engineering teams and software companies overuse them is how many problems they seem to run into and solutions to those problems that seem to arise.

(Disclaimer: didn’t read the original post.) I was thinking about that each day since you brought this up, @prologic@twtxt.net. Very interesting. I fail to answer your question. But I have the feeling that it’s just a matter of some kind of a filter bubble (for the lack of a better term).

While some people go totally overboard with their microservices (so did I once in the past, it was a valuable lesson, though), I can’t believe that there isn’t the same (or quite close) level of problems and new tooling for monolithitic systems out there. The problems and thus solutions are different, but I’m sure, they exist in a comparable manner. On the other hand, microservices are hyped as the very best latest shit and savior for a very long time now. So I would imagine that there are waaay more microservice architectures out there than monolithic ones these days. Hence, just by the difference in magnitudes, one has to come across microservice solutions much more than monolith helpers. I don’t have any numbers to back this up, it’s just a gut feeling. My theory could be complete rubbish.

In a way, microservices are just one of the key concepts from the Unix philosophy in my opinion. Just called differently. Once I realized that, µservices suddenly made much more sense to me. Once again, most things are just reinventions of old concepts and now called differently. “Raider heißt jetzt Twix, sonst ändert sich nix.”

And as with everything, overcoloring is always bad, no matter in which direction you go. Just gotta have to hit the sweet spot, or somewhere close enough in that area.

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In-reply-to » It's very crazy, for several months I only very rarely hear birds chirping when walking through the woods. It seems they're also very exhausted by the heat and drought. That was definitely not this bad the last years. However, I heard a woodpecker hammering today and then even got to see him a few minutes later. Nice great spotted woodpecker in 22.

@prologic@twtxt.net I bet it’s going to be awful. :-( Ta, @movq@www.uninformativ.de, glad you like them! I carefully balanced the camera on self-timer in the belly strap of my backpack (no idea what you call this for real). It was suuuuper dodgy, let me tell you. Didn’t want to repeat that for 28. ;-) Will check out Silent Spring later, thanks!

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It’s very crazy, for several months I only very rarely hear birds chirping when walking through the woods. It seems they’re also very exhausted by the heat and drought. That was definitely not this bad the last years. However, I heard a woodpecker hammering today and then even got to see him a few minutes later. Nice great spotted woodpecker in 22.

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Those apples look bloody awesome. Unfortunately, there’s no red ribbon on the tree. But I spotted a bunch of other trees with said lanyard. Gotta check them out closer tomorrow.

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